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Dual Slide Properties Set in Case Structure

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Hello, My objective is to change the properties of a dual slide indicator depending on the value.  I have a target value and actual value.  If the actual value is greater than the target, the fill is green between the target and actual values (fill style=3 to value above).  If the actual value is less than the target, the fill is orange between the target and actual values (fill style=4 to value below).  I am able to accomplish this by selecting properties on an individual slide, however, when I use a case structure and property nodes, the result isn't what I want.  A simple example is attached.  

Also, is it possible to set properties of Slide 1 and Slide 2 in the property node? 

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Can't try your code.  Missing subVI.

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You have to set the fill style for both sliders.

See attachment.

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Perfect.  Thanks!

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An XControl would be alot closer to "Perfect"

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Somewhat related to that, here is an XControl that's a vertical pointer slide with a readback indicator.

The pointer shows the selected value, and the fill shows the value read back (there's an example of use in the .llb).

 

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